My mum is demanding a payout from the trust fund my godfather built up for me | The Sun

DEAR DEIDRE: MY godfather has built up a healthy trust fund for me.

I can access it now, but my mum is demanding I give her a payout.

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I’m a 19-year-old guy. My mum is 49 and has never worked and has lived off benefits all her life.

She’s built up a few debts over the years.

As soon as she knew I could withdraw my money, she kept on at me about how I should help her pay her debts and some bills, and buy her a new sofa.

She says I should help pay off my brother’s mortgage, too, but he’s an electrician.

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He’s 29 and a piece of work. He’s nasty and never speaks to me, so why should I give him anything?

I’m studying to be a plumber and as soon as I can get a job, I’m out of here.

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DEIDRE SAYS: If it’s your money, you can spend it or save it as you wish.

Your mother feels you should distribute your newfound wealth but you’re right to be cautious.

There may be enough for a down payment on a flat or perhaps a mortgage deposit.

Giving out money to help your mother and brother may risk you frittering it away, which was probably not the intention of your godfather.


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Ask your bank about its best investment advice.

If you decide you’d rather not help your mother financially, my support pack called Standing Up For Yourself will help you explain yourself clearly.

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